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Tuesday 9th February

Good morning to you all :  ) We hope you enjoyed yesterday's learning. You have now completed the Science unit on Electrical Circuits. Maybe you could become an electrician when you grow up! 

Today we will continue our report writing but we'll focus on the use of different tenses. In Maths we are learning how to use multiplication to solve reasoning problems. Our theme of throwing and aiming continues in P.E. - remember you can learn from your mistakes so don't worry of you drop the ball ( socks or scrunched up paper) a few times.

Keep playing on Times Tables Rock Stars to give our Year Four score a boost. Be sure to join us on Google Meet today at 12:00p.m. 

We have a QUIZ QUESTION for you. Watch all of today's videos to find the answer.

                                How many different sections are there in an orchestra and can you name them?










Maths -  multiplication strategies for reasoning questions.

Multiplication (12)

CLICK HERE to begin the lesson

English: Non-chronological reports

Angler fish -  Past and present tense.

CLICK HERE to begin the lesson.

READING: Anglo-Saxons

Today you'll be completing the "missing words" worksheet.

If there are any words you didn't understand on your reading sheet, please speak to us on Google Meet. You can also email

Don't forget to log into Bug Club to keep up with your independent reading.


CLICK HERE to continue our throwing and aiming lesson. In class we are going to quickly go through the warm-up activities on the video and then focus on the activities in the final section (from about 40 minutes in until the end of the video).


CLICK HERE to listen to Cressida Cowell read Chapter 7 of How to Train Your Dragon

CLICK HERE to listen to a piece of classical music called The Beautiful Blue Danube by Johann Strauss. He was inspired by the River Danube to compose a piece of music about it. Can you hear the changes in tempo? How does the music make you feel?

CLICK HERE to learn about the different instruments and sections of an orchestra.



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